Winds set to batter Suffolk

BRACE yourself for a gusty couple of days as high winds make their way to our region.

Tom Potter

BRACE yourself for a gusty couple of days as high winds make their way to our region.

According to the Met Office, a grim outlook is expected for the remainder of today with cold north-westerly winds and patchy showers expected.

The rain should ease through the day with more sunshine developing, and the winds should eventually ease this evening. The maximum temperature expected is a mere 12C.


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The chill will continue into the evening with the development of ground-frost in places overnight.

The weekend offers little optimism despite Met Office predictions that Saturday will start dry in some places with perhaps even some early brightness.

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Cloud and patchy rain will soon arrive, and could turn heavier by the end of the day but temperature will have crept up to around 15C.

Any sunshine will be obscured by cloud and by 7pm winds may have reached speeds of up to 37mph.

Sunday brings more miserable weather with cloudy skies, wet conditions and heavy rain at times.

The unsettled outlook is expected to continue into the beginning of next week with further rain at times, though it should be warmer.

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